Sewtopia Salt Lake attendees will be using the Sensor Velocity V200.
For more information, please click here!
Sewtopia was inspired by the online sewing community. With today’s technology, we are more connected to each other than ever before. Blogs, online swaps, and social media have given us the opportunity to make friends around the country and even the world. Through Sewtopia, these online relationships can have areal world meeting place.
Sewtopia is a weekend where attendees can leave all the stresses of daily life behind to indulge themselves, focus on sewing projects, and get together with friends, old and new.
Sew. Indulge. Engage.
We are beyond thrilled to announce the Steamboy Pro Steam and Scrub Floor Mop is featured in the This Old House Top 100 New Home Products 2014 roundup!
Check us out in the November/December issue and online at: http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/photos/0,,20856953_30239075,00.html
Click on the links below to watch the videos and see the Steamboy PRO in action!
- Sealed Hardwood Floors
- Older teens might not like cleaning up but the Steamboy Pro changes that. Dirt is dissolved quickly and wiped away in one easy motion. You might not come home to a mess again.
- Eliminate pet odors and sanitize carpets with the Steamboy Pro. The carpet glide easily attaches and allows you to freshen carpet surfaces and area rugs.
- Even the wildest children’s party is no match for the Steamboy Pro. The heavy-duty scrubber brush detaches from the mop and makes floor tiles and grout lines like new again.
ReFashionista is a fan of the Dreamstitcher 787!
The serger was used to help turn a frumpy garment into a darling dress. Take a look below to see the creation and click here to read the entire blog post!
About The ReFashionista aka Jillian Owens
Jillian is a writer, designer and eco-fashion revolutionary. She has been featured on Good Morning America, Buzzfeed, The Associated Press, Elle (French), The Gloss, The Rachael Ray Show, and more. When she’s not gallivanting about, she’s busy refashioning ugly thrift store duds into fashionable frocks at ReFashionista.net.